Acting with the voice: the art of recording books
Blumenfeld convincingly argues that the basic techniques of acting apply whether the actor is performing onstage or in a sound studio. Numerous practice exercises help the actor to speak the words of a text that can be enhanced by the varying sounds of the human voice.
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Diction and Pronunciation
Microphone and General Recording Techniques
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